conference schedule

SATURDAY, MAY 2

ONLINE SESSION

9:00AM

speakers + guest worshipper


  • debbie lowe

    pastor + conference host

    Pastor Debbie's heart for women is contagious. She lives to see every individual she encounters to receive complete wholeness in their lives and also reach their full potential in Christ. She loves will all her heart and you will be captivated by her testimony and life example!


    www.ihavenewlife.com

  • sula skiles

    pastor, author & abolitionist

    Sula's passion for ministry comes from overcoming a very painful past. She has found freedom and healing from the trauma of her life and has been radically transformed through becoming a fiery believer and a follower of Jesus Christ.


    www.sulaskiles.com

  • Kerrie oles

    speaker, inspirational bible teacher & author

    Kerrie Oles is funny, authentic, and committed to helping others find the keys to unlock real, healed and victorious lives. Her desire is to help people own their stories about where they've been in the past and lean into allowing God to rewrite the rest!


    www.kerrieoles.com

  • laura cooke

    worshipper, song writer & speaker

    Laura Cooke loves to travel, lead worship, write songs, record albums, speak and train worship teams. Her heart of worship will take you to the throne room where you will experience God's presence in a tangible way!


    www.lauracooke.org

  • nancy alcorn - founder & president of mercy multiplied


    It was during and after college that Nancy Alcorn, a native Tennessean, spent eight years working for the state of Tennessee at a correctional facility for juvenile delinquent girls and investigating child abuse cases. Working for the state on a daily basis gave her direct encounters with secular programs that were not producing permanent results that exemplified changed lives. Nancy saw many of the girls pass the age of eighteen and end up in the women’s prison system because they never got the real help they needed. After working for the state and recognizing that true transformation would never come as the result of any government system, she was appointed Director of Women for the Nashville Teen Challenge program where she worked for two years. Through her experience, she began to realize that only Jesus could bring restoration into the lives of girls who were desperately hurting and searching for something to fill the void they felt in their hearts. Nancy knew God was unfolding a plan prompting her to step out in faith to help hurting young women.


    In January 1983, determined to establish a program in which lives would truly be transformed, Nancy moved to Monroe, Louisiana to start Mercy Ministries of America (now Mercy Multiplied). She knew that there were three principles to which she must always remain faithful: (1) accept girls free of charge, (2) always give at least ten percent of all donations to other organizations and ministries, and (3) do not take any state or federal funding or any money that interferes with the freedom to share Christ.


    www.mercymultiplied.com